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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1904)
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ROOSEVELT WINS BIG
I Nev York and Indiana
wow or nun,'
MAJOftlTlltti ARJ1 PJBISIVK.
OrcRon Cdiiwh I'ldly "P. to lcpulill
' call llxpcclntlotM-'Votc hi
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''York, wuh cluwcu president, niul
riinrl'iw W. Ifalrbank.s. of Iudfntiti.
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election, una ny piurapuas
limn bvbii tlio ronub cans had ex-
' peeled. Now York went heavily
epubtleot sqhwivily Unit Parker
gnu: It up wily Tuesday evening
and wired congratulations o the
nrcHliloiU. Thucilynf New Vork
'jailed to Htmd by Parker, mid lie
could not jxvwtbly win without It.
While tiio dstalls nro not yet
available lit Ileiid, It in known that
Unit New York and Iudiaun went
trouxb' reivihllcnu, Wt Virginia
and Nvbrnsku arc alto wild to I in
the rupubllettu column In (net,
only the solid south wont detno
fpttic. I.ti I'olletttf won n signal
Victory in Wisconsin mm runt enr
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uougrchs is nm iwy iujihuii-
. The latent reports availablo iudi
cat that Oregon's rcpublictiu plu
rality exceeds 30,000, Crook
county s 11 utxmi 500.
In Heiid precinct the elf ct ion
loRid wus the Mime at nerved lata
June. I'ifty more votea than were
recorded hut June were poiietl Here
)f the 1H0 jwlletl. 100 wciq sworn
in on frecnomurs nuitiavu wore
than 100 vqttris of the prccinol failed
to vote. The count was iitmiicu
ipi hour after tho iolls closed and
iwas as folluwsi
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, ' IN Till? rlchckl grain,
fruit mid ctock suction in
the world, '
, K . Hundreds of thousand
of ncros of land ready (or
, 7 , the settler
jj 'COST 01' HKCLANfATION
J. ' lfrom tho State of Oregon
The cost of laud averages
f 10.00 per acre.
HUM NVATmXtrlorune ur
fidiii time II It Imncil on Uixl to
nil wliu iurctit I'tfore
Jmnrnry I. 190$
. Irrigation Company under con
, trol of the State Land
Hoard of Oregon
DliSCI.UTliS IMPROYKMENT CO.
lilvND, - ORKOON
bid 0 lltitli-r, 1)
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T. H. MulUn ul !i
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Kulicct of Aililron by Atr. (liter ln--l)cl)ntli;z
Club, CtooKCft Offlccrn.1
W. U. Cueriu Jr. mtdrcMcd the
Itend Literary and Debating Society
Wedueiiday evening on muiticiNil cor.
ontliaiiHiu general and particularly
the (mention of iucororatiug Heud.
Itvna Hlinitiuid interesting sketch
of the tleviopmcut of human gov
eminent, yth a brief div:uMiui of
the pnrjxviv' and uU'thotU of the
modern forut pfonowl to bu itiHti
tutcd at Ileud. Air. (llurin said
he regarded the form 9 municipal
organization provided in Oregon (in
common with a number of other
ntatcti) bm the lcV he knew of.
He tut id the purKsc wan to provide
for public and private safety and
comfort, to cive the community
proper instruments for ptotectiug
health, morals and peace, mid deal'
lug with public utilitic.1 like water,
light mid Mrccl car .services. Hut
the ijwHkcr dropicd timely warn
ing that, while Incorporation will
provide the mentis for cxcroUiug
municipal powers, that alone will
not secure hc benefits the com
muuity denircij; hat it is even more
important to have proixsr officers
cho!cn to execute the laws. The
lecture wan attentively listened to
by a large audience.
Klcctlon of officer? for the ensu
ing iwrlod of 13 wccKB reunited im
President Mls Marlon WIcst
Vice President Mrrt. H. I. Hattcn
Sec Treat. Miw Ruth L. Rcid
Sergeant at arms J, M. Itvrcucc
A committee consisting of J. H.
Overturf, Mrs. 1. V. Hattcn and
N. P. Welder woa nppolntwl to sec
alwut providing a public rending
room for the town.
Por AmumH and Battery.
On complaint of Guy Cruzmi
that Walter Lcc had Iwatctt Allic
Cruznu, his mother, at a tent at
Camp No 1 of the D. I. & P. Co.
Lee was arrested Monday, pleaded
guilty and was fined by Justice
Lawrence f 25 and casts amounting
in te.8o. lie way "Irvine to rmv
the fine when Mrs. Allia Cruxan
filed a complaint charging Lee with
haviugthrcateiicd to kill her, her
affidavit being corroborated by her
two ohildren. f Then Lcc could
raise no money ' and he was com
milted to the county Jail to serve
out his fine. Deputy Sheriff J. S.
Smith took theprisoncrtol'rincvillc
TOR A POSSIBLE PARADISE
Acres of Land
1kh to those who will pay
from i to IP 1 5 per acre for
TO Tlllt C0I.U.MI1IA S0UT11KRN
Lauds located in the Des
chutes Valley, Crook comity,
Oregon. Water now on land.
Seiid for descriptive pamphlet
B. S. COOK
251 Alder St., Portland, Oreg.
SeaHon'g Work So 3ar
MORD Ity 'CflimjTARY POTV
Strtictttres fijpw Under WayToo
I'cw to Supply the
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So fur this cahon 80. buildings
have lcon erected in Hend, 'living
a total value of about bjs.ooo.
There is yet a groat tlearth of
houses mid any sort of liauitablc
hlructure is rcntjily rented. HuKi'dcs
the building rilit in Haul, a groat
deal of ltiu'iWr, has nojiii into im
provemouts in the tributary coun
try, into buildings, bridges, flumes
etc. by tiV Irrigation companies
and KiIer. Thif demapd is only
Iv. R. Lester iif building n five
room cottage on Hawlhoru Ave.
between 10th and 1 tth 'trccUs.
The main building will ha 16x30
with an L 10x13. It is to be cjuitc
an artistic cottage when completed.
There are to be three jjablcs, 11 large
ony-wmuow uiui a cironinr porcu o
feel wide which will run along
three sides. Mr. Lester expects
to have his cottage finished in
about three weeks, when his family
will come from Ungate to occupy it.
The livery stable of George
Porter i nearly completed,. The
building wjU he 72x92 wheti finish
ed, 'ihcre will lc n harness shop
in the front part 3Xt6 and this
will le run by G. S. Livingston, of
Portland. There wl be a feed
yard in the center with Malls on
cither tc, aid hc o,fficp-will be
at thp fr6ut next to the harness
The saloon and restaurant ofDcb
ing $i. Whitsctt, situated on Hond
street next to The Ofilcp saloon, is
well tinder way. This structure is
32x50 with a partition through the
center hcpnrattug the restaurant
from thebnr-roopt, It is expected
the building wil be ready lo oc
cupy in about thirty days.
Caldwell & Satchwcll are having
four rooms finished ofl in the
back part qf their store building.
As soon as they arc completed the
Satchwcll family will occupy tjtcm
for the winter.
C. C. Triplett is building a three
room cottage on n one acre lot he
purchased on the Cqttor claim. It
is just cast of J. I. WcstS place.
The cottage is 12x04 feet with an
L 1 2X1 8 feet.
Tho boys of the Haul Cornet
band have leased a piece of ground
back of the Pilot Huttc Inn and
have erected a building of one
room 12x16 feet to be Used as a
Word James completed n cottage
12x14 the first of the week and has
moved his family in. It is situated
on the flat on the east side of rock
ledge back of the school house.
H. C. Low Is building n bam
16x24 and 10 feet high on the Lytic
towusite. He is also having the
hall oyer his store drvTded into
three living rooms and a hall.
The workmen will finish papering
and decorating the O'Neill cottage
on Iroitwood avenue this weekI
when Duncan McMillan and family
will move into it.
J. A. Boyd last week purchased
a ono-acrc lot on the Cottor claim
and this week completed there a
cattage 10x13 feet.
John Steidl had a wood shed
10x12 added to his lfottse the latter
part of last week.
J. C Carter this- week built an
addition 12x30 to the barn on the
Wright, ot the livery . firm of
Porter & Wright, has been absent
from Bend all the week and his
financial affairs are in such unsatis
factory condition tha,t he is not ex
pected to return. Mr. Porter an
nounces that he will hereafter con
duct the business aloue.
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The Bend Mercantiie;
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npHE mill of the
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of surfaced and
at Reasonable Prices
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